Manual Timaeus [with Biographical Introduction]

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Andromachus received Timoleon at Tauromenium, when he came to Sicily in B. We do not know the exact date of the birth or death of Timaeus, but we can make an approximation to it, which cannot be very far from the truth.

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We know that his history was brought down to B. Now as his father could not have been a very young man between B.

We learn from Suidas that Timaeus received instruction from Philiscus, the Milesian, a disciple of Isocrates; but we have no further particulars of his life, except that he was banished from Sicily by Agathocles, and passed his exile at Athens, where he had lived fifty years when he wrote the thirty-fourth book of his history Diod.

We are not informed in what year he was banished by Agathocles, but it may have been in the year that the latter crossed over to Africa B. Works History of Sicily.

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